The future of wholesale is digital. MATRIXX brings commercial flexibility and the real-time digital experience expected of consumers to Wholesale alongside rapid onboarding of new partners and their offers and support for new and innovative pricing models driven by 5G, marketplaces and the B2B2X value chain.
Sharing plans and allowances across any enterprise size is an approach to managing thousands of employees and their plans that gives real-time visibility of consumption at a company, department and employee level, and provides controls to manage thresholds and limits by the enterprise themselves.
The enterprise market is the new growth battleground for telcos. Service differentiation is everything, driving the need for a new and more dynamic commercial and experience model.
Rapid digitization of the commercial model and relationship between telcos and enterprise customers is a key growth imperative for the telco industry. Increased competition from hyperscalers and private network players dictates the need for a more progressive, dynamic monetization model. The integration of MATRIXX with Flex BSS from Qvantel lays a clear foundation for that approach.
Real-time charging has become a necessity for enhancing telco enterprise BSS stacks with new digital monetization models and opportunities. Revenue growth requirements, the acceleration of digital delivery adoption and monetization platform scale and resiliency are the key change agents driving that need.
Growth in B2B ICT services is a strategic imperative for telcos. Addressing the current shortcomings in customer experience and commercial agility delivery are foundational to delivering that growth. This report surveyed 400 enterprises and CSP’s for their reflections on where that commercial relationship is in need of improvement.
5G brings many opportunities for telcos to provide differentiated experiences for their business customers and grow revenue streams.
This Heavy Reading report, with our partner Salesforce, looks at the role partner ecosystems will play in 5G Monetization. It also explores the key capabilities that will be required to deliver a marketplace of compelling B2B services and to support emerging B2B2X business models.
A simple ‘speeds and feeds’ offering combined with a ‘wait and see’ attitude towards the 5G enterprise opportunity will result in missed opportunities from which it will be impossible to recover. Telco enterprise leaders need to seize the moment with a proactive, 5G-led revamp of their portfolio offerings and their charging approach that is unconstrained by legacy thinking and technology.
5G will enable new, multi-party B2B2X service revenues. Explore real-world use cases and some of the most promising monetization opportunities in this 5G playbook for digital leaders.
IDC Analyst, Karl Whitelock, and MATRIXX Global Solutions Marketing Manager, Christophe Mendonça, share the results of an IDC enterprise survey on mobile service providers and the quality of the experiences they’re offered.
October 7, 2019
IDC surveyed 300 organizations around the globe to find out how they view their mobile service providers and how operators can begin to build a more partner-focused relationship through transparency and self-service.
In the past, telco revenue from enterprise relied on connectivity services. However, non-connectivity services, such as cloud and security, are now significant revenue drivers, forcing operators to find new ways to satisfy their enterprise segment.
Digital-first commerce goes beyond the consumer, as the same capabilities open opportunities for enterprise in spending, departmental management, asset control and more. However, with IoT and 5G, enterprise must have a digital platform that is equipped to handle these functions.
View the MATRIXX Enterprise Control eBook to see how we are creating a new digital experience for enterprise based on real-time visibility and control.